Hello: Sorry for asking this beginner question: Suppose we have two electrons that are entangled. Now, from what I understand, they are sharing the same wavefunction. Everywhere I read that information cannot travel faster than light in this case because the observer cannot change the state (he/she can only measure the state, and not influence it). But what if we combine it with an anti-electron and the whole thing converts to a photon. What will happen to the entangled electron on the other side of the universe? Suppose we have a large bunch of these entangled pairs; can we not pass information by destroying some of these and not destroying others (thereby forming a bit sequence)? Thanks in advance.